Two different layout doesn't work as it force recreation of the activity that refresh the webview. for now I use android:configChanges="orientation" in activity tag so webview doesn't get refreshed on orientation change . Is there anyway to replace the layout of buttons on the change of screen mode? portrait mode. landscape mode
Android Apps/Applications Mobile Development This example demonstrates how do I detect orientation change in layout in android . Step 1 - Create a new project in Android Studio, go to File ? New Project and fill all required details to create a new project. Step 2 - Add the following code to res/ layout /activity_main.xml.
This example demonstrates how do I specify different layouts for portrait and landscape orientations in android Step 1 - Create a new project in Android Studio, go to File ? New Project and fill all required details to create a new project. Step 2 - Add the following code to res/ layout /activity_main.xml.
To lock the screen orientation change of any screen (activity) of your android application makes your activity display only in one mode i.e. either Landscape or Portrait. This is the simplest way to handle screen orientation but not generally recommended. For this you need to add below line in your projects AndroidManifest.xml.
If you do want something to be different when the orientation changes , such as using a new layout , you would have to implement onConfigurationChanged and manually discard the old layout /View,...
Honestly I'm mainly interested to know if the article helped you in understanding how to handle the screen layout change in Android programmatically.Mission accomplished. I've been handling screen orientation for years now with no trouble. Most of my apps don't care, but for those that do, it's a minor code change .
Hi, I am building my app with API 10 ( Android 2.3.3). And it recognises the orientation perfectly when i use android:configChanges="orientation|keyboardHidden". But my Nexus S which runs Android 4.1.2 does not detect the orientation change .What should i do? - Karthik Andhamil Dec 26 '12 at 9:18
I need to detect an orientation change in my application, but I don't want my layout to be changed from portrait to landscape. Currently I'm using the OrientationEventListener however detecting the orientation angle is not enough. I want to detect that the user changed from portrait to landscape or viceversa, and that is not just detecting if the orientation angle is 90 or 270.
This example will show you how to change android device screen orientation ( horizontal to vertical vice versa ) and how to avoid activity restart during the screen orientation change . 1. Android Change Screen Orientation Example. There are two radio buttons in above example. When you click the related button, the screen orientation will be … Android Change Orientation Without Restarting ...
This example demonstrate about How to handle orientation change android Step 1 - Create a new project in Android Studio, go to File ? New Project and fill all required details to create a new project. Step 2 - Add the following code to res/ layout /activity_main.xml.